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Reading together is fun and important

Monday 22 May 2017

Excitement grows in schools and households as children anticipate the 2017 annual national communal reading event on Wednesday 24 May.

Book honours study of information, philosophy and culture

Monday 17 Apr 2017

An alumnus credits his information studies at CSU with enabling him to undertake more sophisticated research and co-edit a recently published book.

Pokémon GO a social event with touch of nostalgia

Sunday 17 Jul 2016

Pokémon GO has become a global phenomenon in days, addressing some previous shortcomings of online lifestyles, according to an IT expert at CSU.

Federal election Facebook debate a watershed

Monday 20 Jun 2016

The trust that we place in our social media networks might just be the difference between winning and losing an election, according to a CSU academic.

Focus on internet access and ICT entrepreneurship

Tuesday 10 May 2016

The world-changing rise of information and communication technologies creates challenges but opens new employment opportunities and career paths, say academics at CSU.

Cyber security gets a jolt in Panama Papers

Friday 1 Apr 2016

A CSU academic says the massive data breach known as 'The Panama Papers' detailing the use of offshore tax havens by the global elite  highlights its significance for our interconnected world.

Combating extremist propaganda: research into information strategies

Thursday 18 Feb 2016

The Australian Department of Defence has awarded a grant to a CSU researcher to examine how extremist groups use different media to influence public perception.

Scholarship to help preserve Indigenous history

Wednesday 15 Jul 2015

A CSU student has been awarded the Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) Loris Williams Scholarship for his commitment to Indigenous issues in libraries and archives, in particular Indigenous intellectual property.

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